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At the hearing, Rick Birkman (left) was seated next to Demetrios Papademetriou, co-director of the Migration Policy Institute, Washington, D.C.; Charles Cervantes, general counsel for the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce; and Vernon Briggs, professor of industrial and labor relations at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

From the article: Flashings
Issue: April 2004



Photo 1: The all-copper roof system on Kresge Auditorium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



Photo 2: This photo shows corrosion on a low-slope copper roof system in Westchester County, N.Y., that receives runoff from a steep-slope cedar shingle roof system. Note there is no corrosion on the low-slope copper roof system receiving runoff from the steep-slope copper roof system.

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



This photo shows the copper roof system with a glass and aluminum skylight on Middlebury Elementary School, Middlebury, Conn. Note the corrosion is confined to the copper flashing under the skylight.

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



This photo shows the copper roof system with a glass and aluminum skylight on Middlebury Elementary School, Middlebury, Conn. Note the corrosion is confined to the copper flashing under the skylight.

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



Photo 5: This is a magnified photo of an open-front rainwater leader showing copper corrosion. Note the corrosion pits. The gold-colored areas are bare copper; black areas probably are copper oxide or copper sulfide; blue and green areas probably are copper sulfate.

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



Photo 6: A built-in gutter lined with EPDM rubber

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



Photo 7: A corroding copper gutter in St. John, New Brunswick

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004



Photo 8: There is no apparent corrosion at the gutters of the Robie House, a Frank Lloyd Wright home in Chicago.

Photo courtesy of Donald Baerman.

From the article: Environmental corrosion of copper
Issue: April 2004


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